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Cannot close messages

Hey, I recently downloaded Thunderbird because my mail service prodiver has added ads into the desktop application. Migrating everything over was a piece of cake, but I'… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Hey,

I recently downloaded Thunderbird because my mail service prodiver has added ads into the desktop application. Migrating everything over was a piece of cake, but I'm running into two issues now: 1) When I open thunderbird, the space to the right of the message column is filled with a request to donate money. I would like for that place to be blank when I'm not displaying an email there. 2) Once I have opened an email, I cannot close it again. I can replace it with a different email, but only way to have all of them closed is to close Thunderbird entirely and start it up again.

In the previous application, I could close emails by hitting ESC on my keyboard. Is there a way to have this functionality in thunderbird too?

Thanks in advance for your efforts!

Asked by flip-tijburg am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by C45P3R am na 9 waxtu

junk mail

I have a new computer and find changes have been made. In my previous version of thunderbird' junk mail was deleted automaticly. How can I do that with this version? john… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I have a new computer and find changes have been made. In my previous version of thunderbird' junk mail was deleted automaticly. How can I do that with this version? john driscoll

Asked by tudd am na 1 ayu-bis

Last reply by Googlethunderbird am na 1 ayu-bis

I need all emails I send to go to same bcc contact

I "bcc" every email I create to the same recipient. Is there a way I can, when creating an email, have the "bcc" field auto-populated with recipient's address? TIA … (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I "bcc" every email I create to the same recipient. Is there a way I can, when creating an email, have the "bcc" field auto-populated with recipient's address?

TIA

Asked by drister am na 1 ayu-bis

Last reply by sfhowes am na 1 ayu-bis

Thunderbird text to speech to read emails for visually impared person

Hello My friend is visually impared and is having great difficulty seeing to read emails. Is there any way to use Thunderbird to get the emails and then read them with te… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Hello My friend is visually impared and is having great difficulty seeing to read emails. Is there any way to use Thunderbird to get the emails and then read them with text to speech to audio. Or can anyone think of another way. I will have to be simple too. Thanks.

Asked by george28.james am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by Wayne Mery am na 1 ayu-bis

Marking email account active or inactive

I have seen some posts on this request but unsure if anything has been done to add/use if already there a feature to make an email account "inactive". I have several ema… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I have seen some posts on this request but unsure if anything has been done to add/use if already there a feature to make an email account "inactive". I have several email accounts set up in Thunderbird but do not use them much but don't want to delete the account but don't want to have to have them active either. Any update on this issue is appreciated.

Asked by OldBob2 am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by Toad-Hall am na 2 ayu-bis

kanban board

Hi I am dying to convert my thunderbird email into a kanban board in thunderbird and then access the emails there as I need to work with them. This will allow to automati… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Hi I am dying to convert my thunderbird email into a kanban board in thunderbird and then access the emails there as I need to work with them. This will allow to automatically see which emails are still to be done etc but in a very visual way instead of just scrolling through my email tags.

Does this exist and if so please how do I find it?

if it does not exist could the developers please kindly consider adding it into future thunderbirds?

Asked by Natascha Wolf am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by Matt am na 2 ayu-bis

Does "Apply columns" [and "Apply View"] work in Tbird 115.12.2 (64-bit)?

I just added [and "Apply View"] to this question. -mr Does "Apply columns" work in Tbird 115.12.2 (64-bit)? I searched 'Thunderbird Solutions' for "Apply columns", th… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I just added [and "Apply View"] to this question. -mr

Does "Apply columns" work in Tbird 115.12.2 (64-bit)?

I searched 'Thunderbird Solutions' for "Apply columns", then read several of the 156 results, and read the Help Article "Message List Columns" ... but the results were [imo] not encouraging :-(

Does "Apply columns to" really work as described in Help Article "Message List Columns" ?

Is "Apply columns" a known flakey feature ??

Have I got a corrupted profile ???

Or ????

Thank you, --Mike Ramey

Asked by miker206wa am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by david am na 2 ayu-bis

Disable threading everywhere in Thunderbird 115.12.2 (64-bit)

I recently patched to Thunderbird 115.12.2, and discovered that threading has been turned on everywhere. Reading through the forum, I disabled threading by default in the… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I recently patched to Thunderbird 115.12.2, and discovered that threading has been turned on everywhere. Reading through the forum, I disabled threading by default in the config editor via mailnews.default_view_flags, and manually went through every folder setting "View" -> "Threads" -> "Ignore threads".

However, it appears that disabling threading is only honored for the inbox. Setting "ignore threading" on any other folder is ignored, and Thunderbird continues to thread.

For example here is the "Sent Mail" folder with "ignore threads" set (see screenshot) and it still displays with threading. Apparently, "ignore threading" only works with the inbox. I would like threading disabled on all folders, not just the inbox. If there was a switch to disable threading universally, that would be easiest for everyone who dislikes threading.

Thanks in advance. John N. jnyhuis@gmail.com

Asked by jnyhuis1 am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by david am na 2 ayu-bis

Thunderbird 'all mail' folder with yahoo mail

I use Thunderbird for all my emails. With gmail accounts, Thunderbird has an 'all mail' folder but that folder doesn't exist for my yahoo mail accounts. Is there any way… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I use Thunderbird for all my emails. With gmail accounts, Thunderbird has an 'all mail' folder but that folder doesn't exist for my yahoo mail accounts.

Is there any way to create an 'all mail' folder (or functionality) with Thunderbird/Yahoo ?

Thanks for any help ! John

Asked by JohnnyRichGuitar am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by david am na 2 ayu-bis

Missing Message Filters

Several upgrades ago, I created message filters in Thunderbird to forward emails received from specific senders to other email accounts that needed to get copies. While … (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Several upgrades ago, I created message filters in Thunderbird to forward emails received from specific senders to other email accounts that needed to get copies. While running version 115.12.1 32bit on Win 10, I had need to delete one of the filters. When I went to Menu Bar > Tools > Message Filters the Message Filters window does NOT show ANY filters regardless of which account (I have 20 and checked each) is selected. I have also searched my HDD, located all copies of msgFilterRules.dat and opened ones that might be related to the account in question. ALL of the msgFilterRules.dat files that I checked had only 2 lines.... version="9" and logging="no", except for the problem account where I had turned on logging and the .dat file showed "yes". I also went to yahoo and checked to see if I might have created the filter on the server side. However, according to yahoo, they discontinued the forwarding filter in 2021, so it's not happening there. I need to know how to find the forwarding filters and edit them.

Asked by moremail2trash am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by david am na 2 ayu-bis

BetterBird v115 does not load userChrome.css

I have set toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets to TRUE in both Thunderbird and Betterbird. I have created the file C:\Users\MYNAME\AppData\Roaming\Thunde… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I have set toolkit.legacyUserProfileCustomizations.stylesheets to TRUE in both Thunderbird and Betterbird.

I have created the file C:\Users\MYNAME\AppData\Roaming\Thunderbird\Profiles\r2v9k1zw.default\chrome\userChrome.css

I have successfully entered css into that file that work as expected in Thunderbird v115.12 and has for the past several versions. But I have NOT been able to do anything in that file that works with BetterBird. In fact, using the inspector, I don't see userChrome.css even being loaded! I have also tried starting the file with '@namespace html url(“http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml”)' but that makes no difference either.

How do I get BetterBird to recognize the userChrome.css file?

Asked by Terry W am na 3 ayu-bis

Last reply by david am na 2 ayu-bis

Way the message list is displayed

Refer to two images below. Just loaded Thunderbird on a new laptop. It displays a list of messages with no headings, each message listing in two lines and acres of wast… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Refer to two images below.

Just loaded Thunderbird on a new laptop. It displays a list of messages with no headings, each message listing in two lines and acres of wasted space in the middle. See Image 1 (6300040).

How do I get back to a list of one-line entries with headings at the top of each of the columns (which lets me change the sorting direction)? It works so much better for me. See Image 2 (6300039).

Thanks in advance for your help.

Long-term fan

Asked by michaelmoore am na 2 ayu-bis

Last reply by david am na 2 ayu-bis

From and subject on two separate lines

Latest Thunderbird update has placed the From and Subject fields on two separate lines in the classic view. Other views I have tried do not put these two fields on the s… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Latest Thunderbird update has placed the From and Subject fields on two separate lines in the classic view. Other views I have tried do not put these two fields on the same line which is what I have had for decades. I have essentially lost half the space I had to view contents of my email inbox and folders. How can I modify my view back to the way it was before with From and Subject on one line giving me a more compact view of things?

Asked by john_brayton am na 3 ayu-bis

Last reply by david am na 3 ayu-bis

Unified "Archive", "Junk", "Sent" in "Local Folders"

recently I learned how to point all accounts "archive" and "junk" and "Sent" to "local folders". But, Thunderbird continues to isolate archived messages into a separate … (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

recently I learned how to point all accounts "archive" and "junk" and "Sent" to "local folders". But, Thunderbird continues to isolate archived messages into a separate subfolder within each of my several email account(s) - I work with a unified inbox and prefer unified "Junk" and unified "Archive" and unified "Sent"... How do I do teach Thunderbird to start using the intended folder structure ?

Asked by ted31 am na 5 weer

Last reply by Jean Ricky am na 3 ayu-bis

Why does `mailnews.wraplength` exist?

See the previous, now archive post about it. If this option makes emails sent from Thunderbird to any other email client have arbitrary line breaks where the line change… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

See the previous, now archive post about it.

If this option makes emails sent from Thunderbird to any other email client have arbitrary line breaks where the line changes in the view of the composer. Please explain to me like I am 5, why is this ON by default? I just spent hours wording and formatting a work email vital for my career just to find out it will most likely look like a poem to the person that reeds it. This mailnews.wraplength "feature" looks a lot like is there to signal to other non-Thunderbird users to use Thunderbird. I really really hope there is a good explanation for why `mailnews.wraplength` exists and is on by default.

Asked by arvamircea am na 3 ayu-bis

Last reply by Matt am na 3 ayu-bis

Help with Configuring 'Copies & Folders' Panel

Hello, I am new to Thunderbird and need help with configuring the 'Copies & Folders' tab in Thunderbird 115.12.2 (32 bit) running on Windows 10. Background: I have… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Hello,

I am new to Thunderbird and need help with configuring the 'Copies & Folders' tab in Thunderbird 115.12.2 (32 bit) running on Windows 10.

Background: I have just set up a pop3 account to download and locally store all incoming messages to my inbox and also to keep a copy of those messages on the server.

I want to store all sent messages for that pop3 account locally too, in a 'sent' folder.

Questions: 1. If I have more than one pop3 account set up like this, do I: (a) set up a separate 'sent' folder for each of those accounts; or (b) set up one 'sent' folder containing sent messages for all pop3 accounts, or (c) is it personal choice?

2. How do I set up: (a) a separate 'sent' folder for every pop3 account? (b) a single 'sent' folder for all pop3 accounts?

3. Can I keep a copy of all sent messages on the folder in addition to storing the locally; and if so how do I configure this?

4. How do I set up the Drafts & Templates section for the above scenario? My preference here would be to have one drafts folder for all pop3 accounts. I don't use templates.

5. If I uncheck the 'keep message archives in' check box, will that turn off automatic archiving and keep all incoming pop3 messages in the inbox?

6. Is there an up to date manual for Thunderbird? I can't find one.

Many thanks for your help with this.

Asked by paulincyberspace am na 3 ayu-bis

Last reply by Matt am na 3 ayu-bis

Email filters not working

Like all of us, I get bombarded with spam emails. So I set up filters to separate the "definitely spam" from "possibly spam". I've been doing this for many years now. But… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Like all of us, I get bombarded with spam emails. So I set up filters to separate the "definitely spam" from "possibly spam". I've been doing this for many years now. But recently, maybe for the past few months, I'm finding that these blacklist filters aren't working anymore. The filtering failure seems to be getting worse as time goes on. And, yes, I do a match on "any", but that still doesn't work. As I said above, my filtering rules used to work just fine, but possibly a new Thunderbird update several months ago broke filtering?

Also, is there a way for filtering on the message content URL? I find that sometimes that's the only way to distinguish spam.

Asked by Don Peters am na 4 weer

Last reply by Matt am na 3 ayu-bis

Threads

Trying to all threads to come up when I click on a new email as a default. Already did this:- settings>general - scroll down to config editor - enter mailnews.defau… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

Trying to all threads to come up when I click on a new email as a default. Already did this:- settings>general - scroll down to config editor - enter mailnews.default_view_flags and change value to 0. Does not work!

Asked by ies1 am na 3 ayu-bis

Last reply by Toad-Hall am na 3 ayu-bis

Transfering messages physically between computers

I have a Thunderbird on my laptop with a big folder in the Local Folder. It has a labeled "mail window" having 5,044 messages in a folder named under the internals of the… (jàng ci lu gën a bari)

I have a Thunderbird on my laptop with a big folder in the Local Folder. It has a labeled "mail window" having 5,044 messages in a folder named under the internals of the Profile as "Family" and "Family.msf". Under "Family" are at the next level called "Archive-A" and "Archive-A.msf". (This may not be a kosher "archive".) I tried to use NanaZip to prepare as a zip by Exporting it the other laptop's Thunderbird in our house, but the process seemed to hang before that could do it. Maybe there had to be two levels, I dunno. Maybe getting from a .ZIP to a .SBD....

Even if that had resulted in a useful .ZIP, I'm not at all clear how I could I succeed in importing it into the main profile on the other TB computer. I am defeated at this point.

I wish I had a "Thunderbird for Dummies", or at least a manual + a lexicon with acronyms.

Could someone help me out?

Thanks!


~Steve

Asked by oudeheis am na 3 ayu-bis

Last reply by david am na 3 ayu-bis